5 things to do tomorrow

View graffiti-style art or catch a comedy flick

The Knowledge
Monday, September 17

View graffiti-style art: Palestinian artist Oussama Diab’s solo exhibition, entitled ‘In the Name of Freedom’, uses symbolic interpretations of current events.
Until October 30. Ayyam Gallery, Gate Village Building 3, DIFC (04 439 2395).

Catch a comedy flick: Will Ferrell plays a congressman in election-season comedy The Campaign, from Meet the Parents director Jay Roach
In cinemas across Dubai.

Enjoy weekday deals at Natural Healing Spa: Get discounted foot reflexology from Sunday to Thursday, with the option to add a neck and shoulder massage for Dhs50.
Dhs99 foot reflexology, Dhs149 with neck and shoulder massage. 10am-3pm. Ongoing. Natural Healing Spa, Al Wasl Road (04 348 3896).

Feast on the World: BurJuman mall hosts its World Food Fest, featuring free entertainment including cooking demos, masterclasses and competitions.
Free. 4pm-9pm. Until September 16. BurJuman, Trade Centre Road, Bur Dubai (04 352 0222).

Meet the crocodiles: Want to get up close and personal with some of nature’s most fearsome beasts? Check out the new Crocodylia exhibit at Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, which showcases several species of croc, including Cuvier’s dwarf caiman and the African dwarf crocodile, as well as a host of fascinating croc-based activities.
Dhs55 (combo ticket). Open Sun-Wed 10am-10pm, Thu-Sat 10am-midnight. Until September 30. The Dubai Mall, www.thedubaiaquarium.com (04 448 5200).

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